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Crossing the Border free pdf Crossing the Border has been written for early childhood education and primary school teachers who are interested in the transition from ECE to school. How to provide continuity and build connections between the two sectors has always been a focus for teachers, but up until now there has been little advice as to exactly what this means in practice. This book offers valuable insights into the ways in which one community negotiated this transition. It provides practical suggestions for schools and early childhood centres and analysis of of the issues involved in their implementation.

About Carol Hartley

Carol Hartley was Head Teacher and Lead Researcher of the three-year action research project undertaken as a Centre of Innovation (COI) at Mangere Bridge Kindergarten during 2006-2008. Carol has been Head Teacher at Mangere Bridge Kindergarten since 1993 and completed study for Master of Education in 2010. She is a recent recipient of a 2012 NZ NEiTA Leadership Award. Pat Rogers was a Teacher and Researcher in the three-year action research project undertaken as a Centre of Innovation (COI) at Mangere Bridge Kindergarten during 2006-2008. Pat joined the team at Mangere Bridge Kindergarten in 2007 and is currently studying for her post-graduate Diploma in Education. Jemma Smith was a Teacher and Researcher in the three-year action research project undertaken as a Centre of Innovation (COI) at Mangere Bridge Kindergarten during 2006-2008. Jemma joined the team in 2008. Sally Peters is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. Her interests include children's development, teaching and learning in the early years and transitions within and across educational settings. She was a Research Associate on this Mangere Bridge Kindergarten Centre of Innovation project. Margaret Carr is a Professor Education in the Faculty of Education at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. She has collaborated with colleagues and early years teachers in a number of action research projects where 'crossing borders' has been a theme. She was a Research Associate on this Mangere Bridge Kindergarten Centre of Innovation project.

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Author : Carol Hartley
Publisher : New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) Press
Data Published : 01 June 2012
ISBN : 1927151473
EAN : 9781927151471
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 112 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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